As a parent, I feel for most parents who bring their kids to the store. It's a great time to teach money management, how to read labels and compare prices and how to be a courteous shopper. Instead, it's usually just a big playground for kids and you spend most of your time wrangling them close to your side. My daughter, how, love to dance.

And they don't want to dance near me. They'll usually dart into the next isle and I'll stumble upon them busting a move. Probably because I'd ask them to stop before they knock something over.

This video is a small taste of what it's like almost every time I go shopping.